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MOTU Traveler

October 5, 2005 | 0 Comments

MOTU has taken its proven interface smarts and produced something truly portable. Brad Watts is a travellin’ man. With laptop computers being as capable as they are these days, there’s been a strong move toward...

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Tannoy Precision 8D

October 5, 2005 | 0 Comments

Brad Watts avails himself of some Precision engineering… and 16 DIP switches. I’ll confess to being a fan of Tannoy’s ‘dual-concentricity’ since acquiring a traditional vintage set a while back. As most of you would...

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Digidesign Mbox 2

October 5, 2005 | 0 Comments

Digidesign has souped-up its entry-level ‘studio in a box’ with more I/O and a bit more besides. Brad Watts tucks in. Digidesign has certainly had more than its fair share of loyal customers over the...

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Mindprint Trio

October 5, 2005 | 0 Comments

Mindprint isn’t the first company that springs to mind when one considers studio control centres, but its Trio devices may change that. Designed more with the domestic market in mind the Mindprint Trio gives control...

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THE LONG & WINDING ROAD – RECORDING THE WHITLAMS

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

AT’s Editor, Andy Stewart, provides a very personal account of recording The Whitlams’ new double album Little Cloud & The Apple’s Eye. Sit back for a year-long ride through multiple cities, studios, overdubs, mixing sessions…...

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Mixing with Parallel Compression

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

Make friends with parallel compression and you have an enormously powerful tool to add impact and intensity to your mixes without the artefacts associated with heavy compression. Andy Stewart enters a parallel universe. The compressor...

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Steve Albini

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

The controversial ‘Godfather of Grunge’ spills the beans on his role as engineer, and his working methods. Paul Tingen picks up a few pearls of wisdom along the way. The big cliché about Steve Albini...

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Paul McKercher recently went ‘bush’ to record an album for a high-profile actor. Unlike most ‘location’ recordings, the budget for the session was substantial, but regardless, many of the same limitations applied. Here’s how he...

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Brian Eno

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

Brian Eno is one of the most influential artists and producers in the world today. Whenever he opens his mouth, it’s worth listening. Paul Tingen was there to do just that. Dubbed the ‘professor’ of...

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Worst Audio Experiences

September 30, 2005 | 0 Comments

In response to Andy Stewart’s editorial in Issue 39, readers have written in to remember the times they’d most like to forget. So without further ado… Smoking Mix One mistake I will never forget occurred...

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